Book Reviews


Book Review : Half a Shadow

“Cancer does not have a face until it’s yours or someone you know” – Anthony Del Monte Have you heard of a literary genre termed ‘mytho-medico thriller’? Well, I too had never come across this genre till I started reading ‘Half a Shadow’ by Anurag Shourie. I received a free copy of this book from

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Book # 16

What If- the book you have received talks about unravelling a secret associated with the quaint place you have made your home for the last couple of years? What- If, you can relate to every location, description and imagery put forth through the literary devices? Doesn’t one get filled with a sense of déjà vu,nostalgia

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Book Review : Encounters

Short stories are always captivating. They are akin to instant noodles — quick, yet highly satisfying. So, when I got an opportunity to read the book Encounters – Someone’s Always Waiting by Sumana Khan, I grabbed, both the opportunity and the book with both hands! A review of the book — Encounters A glimpse of

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Book Review : The Leadership Sutra

The book, The Leadership Sutra- An Indian Approach To Power, by well-known author and mythologist Devdutt Pattanaik, was sent by the Publishers in exchange for my honest review. For a person like me who has always believed that the ‘Bhagavad Gita’ is the best self-help/management book possible and never believed in the modern-day ‘Self-Help’ books

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Book Review : Tunnel of Varanavat

I have been fascinated by the ‘Mahabharata’ since childhood. And, when I got an option to choose a book for review by the publishers, I opted for the book ‘Tunnel of Varanavat: Mahabharata Reimagined’ by Gautam Chikermane. Here is an honest review and thoughts on this book. Book Review of Tunnel of Varanavat Light at

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